All you need to know about festival
- Tickets will be on sale from 23 February. You can buy the tickets only for screenings at the same cinema, there is no central ticketing. Please direct any ticket-related queries to the relevant cinema (contact information below).
This year we have decided to cancel audience accreditation as it has proven to be impractical and unbeneficial.
- All festival films (except for the One World in Schools film screenings) will be screened in their original English language or with English subtitles.
- NEW THIS YEAR: Children's corner in the Světozor cinema!
We operate a children's corner for kids from 2 to 6 years in the Světozor cinema beneath the "Terryho ponožky" store. It is open weekdays from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. and on weekends from 1:00 to 7:30 p.m. The children's corner is operated in cooperation with Czech Television and staffed by teachers from the People in Need preschool.
The children's corner is free of charge, but its capacity is limited. If you want to reserve your place, please contact us via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +420 736 751 533.
People with disabilities who hold a valid disability card do not have to pay admission for their companion. If they come without a companion, the price of a ticket is CZK 45. Tickets for seniors are CZK 45.
- Check out Frequently Asked Questions.
Infopoint – buy festival souvenirs and Czech-English catalogue
Why has audience accreditation been cancelled this year?
In previous years accreditation holders were granted free admission to the cinemas. But they still had to pick up their tickets at the box office before each screening, with no chance of reserving them ahead of time. Moreover, the number of tickets was limited. As a result we came to the conclusion that accreditation was more of a burden than a benefit, and therefore decided to cancel it completely this year.
Sokolovská 1, Praha 8, phone: +420 222 312 737
Opening hours during festival: Mon–Fri 3–10.15 p.m., Sat–Sun 1.30–10.15 p.m.
Barrier-free access: no (to get to the festival venue, please inform us about your visit in advance and arrive on a mechanical wheelchair so that you can be assisted by our volunteers)
Národní 28, Praha 1, phone: +420 221 105 225
Opening hours during festival: Mon–Sun 4–10.15 p.m.
Barrier-free access: yes, by using the lift next to the reception desk
Institut Français (French Institute)
Štěpánská 35, Praha 1, phone: +420 221 401 035 and +420 221 401 011
Opening hours during festival: Mon–Fri 10.30 a.m.–1 p.m. / 2.30–7.45 p.m., Sat–Sun 2–7.45 p.m.
Barrier-free access: yes, by using the lift (please report at the reception desk)
Vodičkova 36, Praha 1, phone: +420 224 216 972, +420 736 431 503
Opening hours during festival: Mon–Sun 10.30 a.m.–10.15 p.m.
Barrier-free acess: no (to get to the festival venue, please inform us about your visit in advance and arrive on a mechanical wheelchair so that you can be assisted by our volunteers)
Municipal Library (Městská knihovna)
Mariánské nám. 1, Praha 1, phone: +420 222 113 377
Opening hours during festival: Mon–Fri 8.30 a.m.–12.30 p.m. / 2–8.45 p.m., Sat–Sun 12–8.45 p.m.
Barrier-free acess: to access the building, please ring the bell at the entrance from Valentinská street and wait for the doorman; the festival venue can then be accessed by lift.
Bartolomějská 11, Praha 1, phone: +420 778 522 708
Opening hours during festival: Mon–Fri 4–8.15 p.m., Sat–Sun 2–8.15 p.m.
Barrier-free access: yes, through the backyard
Vodičkova 41, Praha 1, phone: +420 224 946 824
Opening hours during festival: Mon–Fri 12.30– 2 p.m., Sat–Sun 9 a.m.–10 p.m.
Barrier-free acess: the stair climber is situated behind the box office, but it is fairly slow, so we recommend to arrive early
Guest Service, Press Centre, Videotheque
Langhans – Centrum Člověka v tísni, Vodičkova 37, Praha 1
Institut Cervantes in Prague – Na Rybníčku 536/6, Prague 2
Komedie Theatre – Jungmannova 1, Prague 1
La Fabrika – Komunardů 30, Prague 7